Croeso / Welcome
“Awareness” is a Sanctuary for Healing, Relaxation and Well Being.
We offer thorough and in depth training in the following courses and workshops:
- Usui Reiki Ryoho (all Levels)
- Spiritual Developement
- Karuna Reiki (Registered Course) All levels
- Shamanic Munay Ki rites and the Mayan Medicine Wheel- (three levels)
- Crystals and Chakra Healing (3 Levels)
- Angels and Archangels
Véronique Cliquet-Godsell the owner of “Awareness” is an experienced and a dedicated spiritual teacher, click here for more details of her training and qualifications.
Awareness is now closed and is looking forward to start again in Brittany in France. Dreifa Mills (where Awareness was being run from) is for sale. Here is a link to the Small Holding Centre who is selling our home.
Dreifa Mills includes a two/three bed cottage, a working water mill with the top floor converted to run workshops and courses. A converted barn for extra accommodation , 2 acres of garden and 12 acres of woodland. A real dream home Please share.http://www.thesmallholdingcentre.co.uk/ipm/properties/property_details.php?ref=PRA10289&tratyp=Resale&location&minprice=0&maxprice=0&minbedrooms=0&maxbedrooms=0&branch
When you choose to attend one of our courses or workshops, you will have a chance to walk and sit within the beautiful grounds of “Awareness”. Part of your training includes being outdoors (weather permitting), near the trees, the river and sitting by an outside log fire.
“Awareness” is located in the Cych Valley near the town of Newcastle-Emlyn. The property includes a cottage, a water mill and a most beautiful woodland with a river running though it.
“Awareness” is nestled deep in woodlands, and far away from traffic noises. Enjoy listening to the sounds of birds singing, the gentle flow of the river with its natural waterfalls and the wind rustling gently through the leaves.
A Truly unique, relaxing and memorable experience!
Experience Shinrin-Yoku at Awareness
“The Japanese term Shinrin-yoku may literally mean “forest bathing,” but it doesn’t involve soaking in a tub among the trees. Rather it refers to spending time in the woods for its therapeutic (or bathing) effect. Most of us have felt tension slip away in the midst of trees and nature’s beauty. But science now confirms its healing influence on the body. When you spend a few hours on a woodland hike or camping by a lake you breathe in phytoncides, active substances released by plants to protect them against insects and from rotting, which appear to lower blood pressure and stress and boost your immune system.”